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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910 St. Johnsbury Local Mis. Frank H. Philburt and two daughters have none to Essex Junc tion where they will make their home and where Mr. Philburt is employed. Sergeant Ralph I. Carey who has ju.st returned from overseas and his sister, Miss Mildred B. Carey of La conia are guests of their father, H. W. Carey a few uays. Walter Bowman has concluded his services in the law oflicc of James B. Campbell and- will enter the Univer sity of Vermont this fall. Mr. Bow man is one of St. Johnsbury's most promising- story writers and one of his stones has just been accepted by Munscy s Magaznc. Fred G. Bundy and Clark J. Amey are home from their fishing trip in northern Maine. Mrs. Annette P. Magoon of Sun cook, N. H., is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Frost. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Woodbury of the St. Johnsbury Garage are touring Maine and Massachusetts by automobile. Miss Margaret Merrill who has spent the summer with her parents, I)r. and Mrs. C. H. Merrill returns to Washington Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Bowker left Saturday for the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Lawrence are home from ten days spent on an auto trip through Maine. Dan T. Oilman is in the West buy ing horses which will be on exhibi tion at the fair here. Judge Wendell P. Stafford has been engaged to give an address at the Fair Ground on the second day of the Caledonia county fair. Mrs. G. J. ltocheleau and daughter, Margaret, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ltocheleau, re turned to Boston Wednesday. Alvi P. Calderwood and William A. Wright went to White Itiver Junction Friday. Mr. Wright will drive home a new Essex touring car. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll J. Gordon are receiving the congratulations of their friends on the .birth of a daugh ter at Sutton on Sept. 7. Miss Carolyn S. Woodruff, who has been spending the summer at her home here, returns to her education al duties in the Johnson high school Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leighton and Howard Jr., who have been spending a few days at the home of Mrs. Leighton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Gibson, have returned to their home in New Haven, Conn., making the trip by automobile. S. O. Mitchell, who has been em ployed lor the past two years at the Cowles Press, has, resigned his posi tion and leaves soon for Boston wbt.e- he hv., secured employment. His wife and three children will ac company him to Boston. Miss Eva L. Wilde, who taught so succesfully in the St. Johnsbury schools and who has been at Colum bia University the past year, is here for a few days .visiting her friends. Miss Wilde will teach the coming year in the Johnson schools. Harold Antic who has been a year overseas with the 335th. Supply Com pany arrived today at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Antle. He left for overseas last Oct ober and has been in continuous ser vice as a mess sergeant. He has re ceived an honorable discharge from the army. Mrs. Malcolm McLeod has return ed home after spending a few weeks in Boston with her niece, Mrs. Grant Brown, and other friends. The Brightlook Hospital Aid "So ciety will have a community lunch room at the Fair Ground during the three days of the Caledonia coirity fair. The ladies of the Eastern Star will serve a banquet to the Masons at the Temple Friday evening at C.30 o'clock. After the banquet Judge Wendell P. Stafford will deliver fcn address on the labor question and Rev. George A. Martin will also speak. An important business meet ing will follow the speaking. The vocational school at the scale works, which is run as one of the de partments of our public schools, has 25 boys enrolled, divided about equ ally between the first and second year classes. Several of the boys in the second class are now working in the machine shop and all are making rapid progress in this excellent line of work. . On and after Sunday, Sept. 28, the afternoon train from Portland will arrive at St. Johnsbury at 2.20 p. m., instead of 3.20 p. m. The train now leaving Portland at G.40 p. m and reaching here at midnight will be discontinued for the winter. The mate to this train which has been leaving St. Johnsbury after the arriv al of the night train from Montreal will be discontinued at the same time. The afternoon train for Portland will continue to leave St. Johnsbury at the present time, 2.55 p. m. John Hall has finished work at the wiring station and accepted a posi tion in Berlin, N. H., leaving Mon day. A. P. (Trenier left Monday for a visit with relatives in Montreal. Miss Alberta Asselin returned Monday from Worcester, Mass, Mrs. A. Hudson left Monday for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Harold Moore, at Bellows Falls. Miss E. M. Ross who has spent th summer here with her relatives re turned to Philadelphia Monday. Miss Sarah Hazen Of Norwich lias been the week end guest of friends in town. . I Mr. and Mrs. Ned Underwood wenl to Springfield, Ma.., Monday to visil relatives. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fied Piche of Lt. caster were quests of iiis parent0, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Piche, Friday. Mrs. Sherman It. Graham under went a very serious operation Satur day morning at Brightlook hospital Mrs. Ernest L. Clark has returned to her home in New York aftei spending the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Flint. A very pleasant surprise party was given Miss Marjorie Day Saturday evening in honor of her engagement to Ralph E. Bean. Sixteen young people were present, among them be ing several of Mr. Bean's companion0 overseas. The evening was spent with games and music and light refresh ments were served to make the evening complete. Frank II. Pierce, who lias been the guest of his cousin, Mrs. C. E. Peck, has returned to Oakland, Cal. Mrs. Agusta Phelps is home from the summer spent in Brockton with her children. Miss Alice Nichols has finished her work" at the White Mountains and gone to Boston. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Holland and 'Mrs. Alice Holland of Rutland were week end guests of It. C. Holland. Raymond Stcnson and Frank Do laney left Monday on an extensive business trip. Andrew A. Moore of Baltimore spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Kate C. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilkie are home from two weeks spent in New port and Canada. There will be a masquerade dance given by Hill's Novelty Orchastra Thursday night at Leclerc's Hall. Miss Gertrude Skinner left Mon day for Windsor to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steven Woodward. Mrs. Theodora Wise, of Lyme, ha been visiting her brother, A. L. Bragg and returned home Monday, . Dr. and Mrs. William Hamilton spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Clement, at North Danville. Miss Farrilla Bilodeau and Miss Ina Clark are back at the Lougee & Smythe store after two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Hants spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brockway at Montpe lier. Raymond W. Peterson was able to leave the hospital Sunday and his friends arc glad to see him again on the street. W. H. Henderson of Eoston was 6 visitor in town over Sunday. Henry Moffett was in Montpelier over Sunday. Miss Lillian Holmes of Worces ter has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edgar Murphy, returning home Monday. Miss Angelina Desrochers is back at her work at the Atlantic and Pa cific store after a week's illness. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Waterman of Attleboro, Mass., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Walk er, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Courschene and Benjamin Massey and Mrs. Mac Dubois and son, Henry, spent Sun day in East Hardwick. William H. Trainor is back at the Landry Drug store after his vacation of two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Trainor of White River Junc tion spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. William Trainor. Mrs. Harriet B. Ide, now a teach er at Derby academy, was here Sat urday and Sunday, leaving Sunday night for Brunswick, N. J., where her son, Paul Ide, enters the school of which William P. Kelley, former ly superintended of public schools is the principal. . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gero were pleasantly surprised Saturday even ing when a number of their friends called to help them celebrate Mrs. Gero's birthday. Music and games were greatly enj'oyed and later in the evening they were invited to the dining room where refreshments were served by Mrs. Emma Piper and Mrs. Pearl Brock. Miss Bertha W. Swift and Miss Anne Gulick, who have spent the past few weeks in St. Johnsbury, re turned to their home in Boston Mon day afternoon. Friday night was the scene of much merry making by a party of young ladies, all friends of Miss Mary Anna Turgeon, who assembled at her home on Pearl street to say farewell. Many nice useful gifts, as pleasant remind ers of old time friends, to be taken into the new home. Delicious re freshments were served and a plea sant evening enj'oyed by all. Miss Turgeon will be married today and make her future horn in Newport, R. I. Fred C. Mayo, now of Woodsville, spent Sunday at his old home. Mr. Mayo is slowly recovering from ihe effects of his fall though still obliged to carry a cane. Prof. A. R. Gifford of the Univer sity of Vermont at Burlington was in St. Johnsbury Saturday arranging the details of the annual meeting ol the Vermont Conference of Sociu! Work which will be held at the Mu seum class room on Oct. 8 and !). Invitations have been received here from Mr. and Mrs. George Hall Ash ley of Washington to the wedding of their daughter, Miss Dorothy W., to Ralph Horsey Ross. The ceremony will take place in the Mt. Pleasant Congregational church on Friday, Sept. 26, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Ross is .he son of Dr. and Mrs. Edward H. Ross and through the war was stationed at Washington in charge of iome of the long distance telephone lines. Mrs. Charles Asselin and Mrs. Pe :er Gaudette visited Mrs. Fred Rash at Par.sumpsie Tuesday. Miss Iradell Kinkaid and Frances Kinkaid of Sherbrooke are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisk. Frank E. Folsom of St. Albans is the guest of his sister, Mrs. O. C. Amidon. Henry Woods and G. Rogers are going to Bennington where they have positions. Mrs. Wilfred Harvey is assisting in the Weeks and Reed millinery store. Carol Hastings of Concord, N. H., has been visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jane Williamson. Miss Alma Reed spent the week '. end with Dr. and Mrs. G. B. French at Concord. Mrs. Dale Donahue of Montpelier is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sias Ran dall for a few days. A. L. Braicg 4eft Tuesday foi Springfield, Mass., to visit his daugh ter, Mrs. M. J. Delancy for a few davs. Mrs. Celia Bailey of Merrimac, Mass., who has been here visitinj: friends in town returned to her home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, who have spent the summer here, left for their home in Pasadena, Cal., Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Beck have returned to their home at 33 Cliff street after spending the summer at Joe's Pond. Mr. and Mrs. .Henry Gaskell, Mr :ind Mrs. Luther Murry of West Burke have been the guests of Mrs Nellie Gile on Cliff street. E. A. Mongeon of St. Johnsbury Center has raised a sun flower that beats "Jack of the bean stalk". It measures 13 feet and 10 inches in height. C. E. Peck left Tuesday afternoon to attend the semi-annual sales day of the Atlantic Coast Hardware Co. in Boston. The freight traffic through here, particularly northbound, is unusu ally heavy this month while the pas senger trafiic is holding up very well. Judge Wendell P. Stafford will de liver his address on the labor ques tion at Springfield on the evening of Sept. 23 under the auspices of the Alturian Club of that town. The annual convention of the Cal edonia County Sunday school associ ation will be held at the South church in St. Johnsbury on Tuesday, Sept. 30. An attractive program has been provided. Mrs. Hoel Hinman entertained the Birthday Club at her home in Ar lington Monday evening. Whist -wis played by the members and the first prize was won by Mrs. Jennie Wilkie and the second by Mrs. Lora Harri :t. Refreshments were served and a de lightful social evening spent. The editor of the Caledonian wishes to thank Mrs. F. W. Warner of No. C4 Lafayette , street for the little bouquet of violets' which she kindly sent him. She says they were picked on Town Farm hill on Sept. 14. They were fresh and ' fragrant when received. Who says St. Johns bury is the coldest place in the West ern Hemisphere? E. N. Brunelle, B. A. Palmer, Har ry J. Marden, Edward A. Pierce and Mr. Rice of the Metropolitan Insur ance Company went to Mt. Wash ington Sunday in Carl Hopkins' car. They left the car at the base of the mountain and walked to the summit and back, making the ascent in three hours and the descent in two hours. Mrs. Emily Babcock of Montpelier is visiting her niece, Mrs. B. A. Palmer. Hon. Alexander Dunnett left for Springfield, Mass., Monday night where he will represent Gov. P. W. Clement at the Eastern States Exposition. The St. Johnsbury Band will give a concert on Railroad street this eve ning and give the last concert of the season at the Main street band stand Thursday evening. Mrs. Arthur Boucher and son, Eugene, who have been guests of Mrs. Prude Woods at Lun enburg returned home Monday, Mr. Boucher, who was a week end guest at the Woods' home returned with them. At a meeting of the Brightlook Hospital Aid Association Monday a committee of four was appointed consisting of Mrs. Rebecca P. Fair banks, Mrs. P. F. Hazen, Mrs. George H. Cross and Mrs. S. J.' Som erville to have charge of the com munity lunch counter which will be conducted all three days of the Cal edonia county fair and both evenings of the carnival. All proceeds from this booth will be devoted to the re lief fund of the Aid Association. Mrs. W. C. Lewis spent Tuesday with Mrs. U. S. Grant at Lyndon. Mrs. I. B. Flint went to Boston Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ed Cleary went to Lisbon Tuesday to visit friends. Merton Gray visited friends in Barnet Tuesday. John Finley remains about the same at Brightlight hospital. Osborne Ward has been visiting Benjamin Stanton at North Danville. Mrs. Lawrence P. Leach is in Lun enburg for a few days. William Astle of Bath, Me., is in town on business. Mrs. Amie Juneau is confined to the house by illness. Dick King is confined to the house by the grip. Ernest F. Clark of Groton was a recent visitor her Mrs. B. Patno remains about the same at the St. Johnsbury hospital. Mrs. Sarah Darling is visiting her sister, Mrs. Alonzo Deoss, at Lyn don, going Tuesday. Mrs. Abbie Colby is visiting her son, Sidney Brigham, at West Burke this week. Mrs. Sarah Ames and daughter, Bertha of Manchester arc visiting at Robert Lane's. Mrs. Warren P. Gaskell is back at her work at the Bailey Music store, after a week's absence by illness. Mrs. Emiline Forrest spent Tues day in Lyndonvillc the guest of Mrs. George Borland. Miss Edith Burleigh underwent an operation at Brightlook hospital this morning. Miss Ruth Flint and Miss Florence Day left this morning by auto for Boston. They will be gone a week. Mr. and" Mrs. John Scott have re turned from' their vacation spent in points of Massachusetts. Mrs. Mantie Palmer has returned from a visit at the home of her son, Ray Palmer, at North Danville. Miss Bculah Jones went to Mont pelier Tuesday to visit her brother, Is. It. Jones. Mis. John A. Beck and son, An drew left Tuesday for their new home in Winchonden, Mass. PASSUMPSIC John Brock and daughter, Mable, and Miss Agnes Brock of Stanstead Plain, P. Q., visited at .1. N. WarkV- the first of the week. Misses Annie Wright and Vera Webster of Barton wore visitors in town Wednesday. The lightning struck a tree across from the leelricMight station Mon day. Mrs. Nellie King of St. Johnsbury visited a few days at Mrs. Albert Granger's. The Town Agricultural contest will be held at Barnet, Oct. 2. Mrs. Fred Converse, Mrs. Richard Wright and Mrs. Harcfld Wood visited Mrs. Isaac Turner Thursday after noon and evening, reminding her of her birthday. Refreshments of cake and coffee were served. Guy Welch and little Martin Gran ger have been sick with a hard cold. Mrs. Reginald Anderson of Crafts bury is visiting Mrs. S. A. Denio. LOWER WATERFORD CABOT Mrs. Nellie Ainsworth who has been spending the summer at Mont pelier has returned home. Miss Alice Paine goes Wednesday to Montpelier where she has em ployment. Mrs. W. D. Earr went Saturday to Brightlook hospital, St. Johns bury for surgical treatment. Miss Susie Nelson has gone to Montpelier where she has employ ment. The remains of Mrs. Gilbert Hill who died at East Cabot were brought here Monday for burial. Miss Bessie Beaton has gone to the City Hospital at Bane to train for a nurse. The Judith Lyford Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. Ira and Arthur Read at East Cabot next Tuesday af ternoon, Sept. 1G. Members are re quested to answer roll call with omcthing about Vermont. The recital at the Congregational church Sept. Dth given by Mcrmia 1. Walbridge, voice and violin, Abbie J. Smith, expression, was fine and drew a good audience. It took the place of the September birthday social. The Ladies Sociable Society and the Ladies' Missionary society held their annual tea Wednesday after noon and elected their officei'3 for the coming year. ; Mrs. E. R. Goss and son, Richard, were at their home over Sunday. Mervyn Morrison broke his arm while cranking an automobile Thurs day evening. Earle Pierce and Merle Goss have gone to Franconia to work. Misses Agnes Stoddard, Ruth Bul lock and Wilma Hemingway were home for the week end from their re spective schools. A meeting of the teachers and school directors will be held at West Waterford Wednesday. Supt. Harvey Burbank was a visit or at the shools on Thursday. SORE THROAT AND COLD ON CHEST GONE OVERNIGHT M1NTOL acts quickly don't fuse with Mustard Plasters or Mustard creams that will upset delicate stomach1', ju?t rub on a little MINTOL and secure immediate relief. Stops coughing almost instantly and sore throat and cold on chest will be gone overnight. MINTOL gives prompt relief for bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, headache, neuralgia, congestion, whooping cough, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and ache?, sore muscles sprains, chilblains, frosted feet, bruises, neuritis, and lelieves tired aching or swollen feet. 3ic and 60 jars. Hospital size ?1.25. The HOME. REL1EF LABORATORIES, MALDEN, MASS. For Sale by STILES DRUG STORE and C. C. BINGHAM Our County Takes First Ranks First in the County Exhibits at the State Fair CONCORD Fred F. Smith has opened a ga rage near the covered bridge. Mr. Smith only recently returned from 12 months' service overseas where he served in an ambulance company Previous to his enlistment ho was employed by the Overland Company having charge of their service sta tionat Lynn, Mass. Concord Grange No. 408 will have a booth in Floral Hall at the Cale donia County Fair in St. Johnsbury, Sept. 23-26. All members of the Grange are requested to contribute either vegetables, fruit or fancy work. Miss Francena King of East Con cord was an over Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Felix McQueen. W. O. Richeleau was in St. Johns bury, Monday. F0LEYS10MMTAK stops the cough and hoals long At the State Fair at White Itiver Junction one building was given over to the exhibits of boys' and girls' club work and to Farm Bureau work. Six counties from the state were repre sented at the fair, Washington, Ben nington, Caledonia, Lamoille and Windsor. Each county showed pro duce raised or made in their com munity. Dairy products, vegetables, fruit, grain, wool, eggs, honey, maple sugar, granite, canned goods, cloth ing tireless cookers, and charts of all descriptions were among each ex hibit. M. B. Comings, Professor of hor ticulture, University of Burlington, E. S. Brig-hum, commissioner of ag riculture, St. Albans, and Mrs. C. L. Withcrell of Middlebury were the judges of the Farm Bureau exhibits. The j'udging was based upon four points; quality, variety, economic im portance and arrangement. 1 he counties ran in close competition, Caledonia county coming first, Wind aui it? paiuoso.ida.i ip srav pu.ing third and Washington county fourth. Those exhibits were arranged by the agents reresenting the Farm Bu reaus from each county. L. A. Wood, county agent, Mrs. Mabel L. Kelly, home demonstration agent and E. H. Hallelt, Farm Bureau secretary re presenting Caledonia county. Lighter Than Cork. Sunflower Mtnlk pith, which Is nbout ten times lighter than cork, Is used In a life saving apparatus Invented by n Russian. NORTH WALDEN The Star school was not in session Thursday as there was a teacher's meeting ut Noyesville. The Kings daughters met with Mrs. Florence Nicholson Sept. 10. Mrs. Bear from Detroit, Mich., who is camping at Caspian lake has. very cordially invited the Kings Daughters of this circle to her cottage for a pic nic dinner. Date to be given later. Several from here attended the Goodrich auction at Grensboro Mon day. Mrs. John Johnson and children who have spent the summer at Will Stevens, have returned to their home in Maine. Elmer Lackie, wife and children from St. Johnsbury were guests of their cousin, Will Stevens, over Sun day. Harold Allen, who recently un derwent an operation for appendicitis at the Hanover hospital is convalesc ing at the home of his sister in that place. Will Stevens has purchased the Fuller farm. SHE WANTS TO HELP OTHERS Mrs. A. G. Wells, It. F. D. Rocky Mount, N. C, writes: "I cannot praise Foley Kidney Pills enough for the wonderful benefits I have derived from their use. Please publish this statement as I want the people to know of them." Lame back, sore muscles, pullincss under eyes, and an "always tired" feeling are indications that the kidneys and bladder are not working properly. Foley Kidney Pills strengthen weak, disordered kidneys and bladder. SOLD EVERYWHERE. 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